One Seattle area team advances to finals | FBU National Championship

On Friday, Jan. 3 two teams from the Seattle area played in the semi finals of the Football University National Championship.

On Friday, Jan. 3 two teams from the Seattle area played in the semi finals of the Football University National Championship.

The seventh and eighth grade teams played Iowa and St. Louis, respectively.

The seventh grade did not advance to the finals, it lost 49-26.

The eighth grade team with four players from the Valley Wolf Pack in Sumner beat St. Louis 6-3.

It will advance to the finals which will air on ESPN 3 and stream online at 7 p.m. eastern time on Sunday, Jan. 5.

The Seattle team will play the winner of the Maryland and GFL Georgia game, that was still in progress at the time of this web post.

For the final results of the championship, check back on our website and look for the next edition of the Courier-Herald on newsstands Wednesday, Jan. 8.

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